If you’re planning to buy beer in California, you might want to check the state’s “beer lamberts” law.
This new law makes it legal to import beer into the state and ship it in for consumption, but only in designated keg stores.
You can still buy and sell wine, spirits, and other alcoholic beverages, but they’re not allowed in grocery stores or convenience stores.
The law requires all breweries to keep a minimum of 1,000 barrels of beer, 1,500 barrels of wine, and 1,800 barrels of spirits, for a total of 5,000,000 gallons.
That’s a lot of beer.
There are currently about 40 breweries in California that can legally ship in beer and liquor in bottles.
But the number of breweries licensed to sell beer in the state has dropped drastically since the new law went into effect.
There have been more than 1,200 breweries since the law was passed, according to data from the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
Since the law went in, there have been just one brewery that’s been licensed to ship beer in a keg, and that’s Calabasas Brewing Company.
Since its opening in 2012, Calabosas has been licensed by the state to ship in 2,400 barrels of its beer.
That means the brewery’s keg can hold about 10,000 bottles of beer—about half of the amount it can ship out of a regular keg.
But while the brewery can ship beer out of the keg with the other 1,400, it’s not allowed to sell it at retail stores or at restaurants.
The number of businesses that can sell beer at grocery stores and convenience stores is also pretty limited.
There aren’t any more than seven liquor stores in California.
That leaves only a handful of beer stores that are allowed to ship kegs of beer out.
That left only a few options for breweries to ship out beer: in kegs that are not covered by the new bill, at a warehouse, or at a containerized keg that is designed for that purpose.
The new law doesn’t specify how much beer can be transported through a container, but the California Liquor Control Board is requiring breweries to follow a standard size for containers of at least 50 gallons.
The state’s Department of Fish and Game also has guidelines that breweries must follow for kegs they ship in.
The rules are pretty simple.
They state that the kegs must be the same size as the container they’re going into.
They must be sealed to prevent entry by rodents, and must be cleaned at least once a week.
They also state that “no keg shall be used to store more than one hundred and fifty gallons of beer in any one keg.”
There are also guidelines for what kind of beer can ship in a container: the rules are to have about one percent alcohol in the beer and one percent carbon dioxide in the bottle.
It’s important to note that this isn’t a mandatory rule.
California’s new laws are supposed to allow for a number of different options for a brewery to ship its beer in.
In addition to the standard sizes for keg and container, breweries are allowed two other options: They can ship the beer in smaller kegs, or they can ship a kegs in larger containers that can hold up to 50,000 pounds of beer or 750 gallons of liquid.
The smaller the kegerators, the less alcohol they can hold.
In practice, this means smaller keg kegs are often used in more beer-friendly communities.
But there are some breweries that don’t ship in smaller containers.
The largest beer keg in California is now on the property of the Santa Cruz Brewing Company in Los Angeles.
The Santa Cruz kegs can hold as much as 2,500 gallons, which is more than three times the size of a standard 50-gallon keg container.
But in practice, the company only ships in larger kegs for its large beers, which are typically more than 4,000 ounces in volume.
This means that in order to ship more than 2,000 beers into Santa Cruz’s kegs—a much more complex keg than most beer kegs available in California—the company must transport its beer from outside the state, either through shipping containers or by truck.
That could mean shipping it in from outside of California.
The beer can only be transported to the keggers in the Santa Fe Brewing Company’s facility in Santa Cruz, but it can be sent through the brewery in another facility in Los Padres National Forest.
The brewery has not yet said how many people have been able to enter its facilities in the past few weeks, but according to the brewery, it only needs about 50 people to be able to carry out the shipments.
The company is hoping to open its first facility in the coming months.
As of right now, the only brewery in California to ship